The search for a missing Hocking County mother was intensifying on Thursday.
Summer Inman has not been heard from in almost 48 hours, 10TV's Danielle Elias reported.
Witnesses said Inman, 25, was forced into a car by two men at 11 p.m. on Tuesday near the corner of Hunter and Market streets, as she was working. Police said Inman was abducted as she emptied trash in an alley behind a bank.
Police said the men fled with Inman in a white Ford Crown Victoria or Mercury Grand Marquis, with tinted windows.
Police said the car did not have a license plate, Elias reported.
"Two suspects dressed in all black were seen forcing the woman into the back of the vehicle, and they said a bleach-blonde female was in the driver's seat," said Logan police Capt. David Baker.
Investigators said they have received few tips on Inman's whereabouts and said an exhaustive search for surveillance video of the car has turned up nothing.
Investigators said Inman did not have her phone and it does not appear anyone has tried to use her credit cards.
They do not yet have a motive in Inman's disappearance. Detectives said she is going through a divorce and they want to talk to her estranged husband, but said he has not been named a person of interest.
Inman is described as 5 feet 3 inches tall, 120 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. She was wearing jeans and a dark T-shirt with white writing.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Inman is asked to call police at 740-385-6866.
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